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  • sanju
    02-13 09:08 PM
    This is ridiculous; no one asked you to come to this country.

    Nor are you entitled to anything besides what they chose to bestow.

    Remember that.

    No one asked anyone to come to this country. But when we came here few years back, we were told that there are set of procedures in place to get green card. Congress never intended to make people for 10 years to get their green cards. So no one asked us that wait for 10 years either. But we paid taxes for all those 10 years. And my tax $$$, government has decided to bailout banks telling them not to hire me. Again, no one asked me how they will spend my tax $$$ just like no one asked me to come to this country.

    Sense of entitlement comes from sense of connection and sense of what we deserve. I am entitled to permanent residency because my wife and I have paid around 1/2 million in taxes in last 10 years, more than 99% of "ALL AMERICAN" FAMILIES. So don't tell us what we are entitled and what we are not entitled for, because that's ridiculous.


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  • dakajo
    12-21 10:07 PM
    You should've thought about this that whole year that you were goofin' off! Why are you bringing this up at this late juncture, anyway? Your PD is Dec, 2004. What makes you your petition will trigger an RFE for not working during 2001? You raise a very perplexing and contradicting query...



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  • ronhira
    04-10 10:40 AM
    Time and again I am telling. EB 3 problem is due to 245(i) cases. Once 245(i) primaries are over, their dependent will come into the picture, who are waiting back home. All 245(i) cases have PD before April 2001. For time being, EB3 I or Mexico move beyond April 01 but again retrogress back to the April 01 when cases are accumulate at CP. This is the reason why EB3 I and Mexico is not moving since last many years.
    If some one is not convince with me, request under FOIA
    1. How many cases filed under 245(i) in India, Mexico, and ROW
    2. How many cases filed under I 824 Follow to Join since 2007?

    what r u...... y don't u file foia to prove your twisted racist theories.... y r u always attacking mexican immigrants or 245(i)...... 245(i) was a LEGAL provision in the law...... who made that law..... congress....... assuming any merit to u'r racist theory.... y r u faulting the people who filed 245(i)..... y not fault the congress for passing 245(i) & not passing immigration bill....





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  • rpatel
    07-24 08:59 AM
    We could pose this question to the USCIS Director today. He will be at Ask the White House at 4pm ET today. Pose your question at:

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/ask

    I just posted this very question on the website above. I hope it gets selected for the chat



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    11-14 04:31 PM
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  • swissgear
    09-14 02:46 PM
    Well, I have not received RFE mail yet. I have changed my employer because our division was sold to Canadian firm and they moved everything to Montreal.

    After changing my employer (in June), I applied for EAD/AP and both got approved within 3-4 weeks w/o any issues/RFE.

    I have not filed for AC21 and used EAD to switch job. I think my previous employer might have notified USCIS about H1B case (as I had valid H1B too). Again as per attorney, it takes months if not year for USCIS to work on such notifications.

    I had travelled to India last year July and came on AP as I could not get H1B stamp in India. The US consulate took more than few months to approve the my application and by that time I had already come to US on AP as suggested by my employer's attoteny.

    As far as I know, most likely your RFE would be related to EVL, if you didn't receive it earlier. Also, if you changed state, and working on H1 or EAD, they are sending in a standard RFE like to describe location discrepancy and letter from Employer to state that they still support your GC as per the Labor and 140 application. Hope this helps!!! Good Luck!!!



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  • coopheal
    11-11 08:32 AM
    If we are in sinking boat then lets sink rather than try to survive.

    Guy is telling lets try to survive. Lets try.... Its far from success but towards it.

    IV Core any updates?





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  • onemorecame
    10-15 01:18 PM
    any one got approval after submitting recent RFE?



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  • dilber
    04-29 04:32 PM
    I opened the mailbox at home this evening and to my complete surprise -- the physical card! Sudden burst of efficiency at USCIs, 6 days from approval to actual delivery of card.

    Good luck to everyone else!

    May be you scared the USCIS with your phone calls and they just wanted you out of their systems. So that you don't rally other people and then they might have to really become efficient.:cool:

    BTW really happy for you... enjoy:o





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  • vsrinir
    11-11 04:47 PM
    Immigration Reform Rally Planned For January
    11/11/2008 2:57 PM ET
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    (RTTNews) - A coalition of immigrant advocacy organizations is planning a mass rally in Washington on the first full day of the Obama Administration to push for immigration reform.

    Hoping to draw tens of thousands of immigrants and supporters from around the country and around the region, coalition leaders said they would push the new Congress and administration for "just" and "humane" reform of the nation's immigration laws.

    "We are looking for humane immigration reform … less punitive laws," said Jessica Alvarez, co-chairwoman of the National Capital Immigrant Coalition.

    Alvarez said the coalition is hoping to build on the electoral efforts of the immigrant community, noting that the Latino vote was up 30 percent this year from the 2004 presidential election.

    "The immigrant community has embraced the spirit of hope and democracy surrounding this historic election," Alvarez said. "We helped them get here. We also need our issues addressed."

    Speaking with RTTNews after a press conference to announce the rally, Alvarez conceded that immigration reform has been a "thorny" issue that could be difficult for the Obama Administration to tackle early on.

    However, she argued that immigration issues are central to the country's economic recovery.

    "The economy's priorities are around families, around jobs, around the welfare of our communities," Alvarez said. "That's exactly what immigration reform will bring to our communities."

    She added, "Immigration reform will bring a clear picture for our economy."

    In addition to a less punitive attitude for those who have entered the country illegally, the coalition is also seeking stricter enforcement of labor laws to reduce incentives for employers to exploit immigrants, said Angelica Salas of the Fair Immigration Reform Movement.

    "We want more enforcement of labor laws. That way you take away the advantage of unscrupulous employers and put everybody on a level playing field," she said.

    by RTT Staff Writer



    http://www.rttnews.com/Content/PoliticalNews.aspx?Node=B1&Id=772155



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  • varshadas
    02-08 08:23 PM
    Its OK either way. Everyone is not needed. It does not matter if you are not from the district. If you can't make it, don't sweat it. Hemal is coming. Two of us should be OK.

    Btw, what happened to the flyer distribution at Metropark?

    Thanks,
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  • Jaime
    09-10 12:37 PM
    You have been stuck in the Labor backlog centers or name check for years - It's not our fault that USCIS is a totally broken agency and the immigration process discriminatory and arcane. We contribute billions to the economy and love the U.S. The least we can ask for is for a fair immigration process (let alone a good one) just plain old FAIR will do!



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  • amsgc
    12-21 10:35 PM
    Lazycis,

    For academic info:

    You mentioned that 245(k) allows up to 180 "out of status". Does it also cover "unlawful presence"? If not, then what does?

    I am getting a bit confused by the terminlogy. I understand that "out of status" impiles: Your I-94 has not expired, but you have violated the terms under which you were admitted.
    And "unlawful presence" means you overstayed your I-94, or sneaked in.

    Is this correct? Please clarify.

    Thanks,
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  • imh1b
    08-11 12:06 PM
    Guys,

    All EB3 Is are coming forward. Thats a good thing.

    But do we have:
    - A leader to lead this effort
    - Agenda to follow
    - Specific Goals
    - Action Items
    - Immediate Goals

    Without these we are not going anywhere. But just wasting our time on top of our already surmounting frustration.

    I have answered in a funny way

    But do we have:
    - A leader to lead this effort: None. But actually everyone.
    - Agenda to follow : Everyone has one. But the single common agenda is to blame IV for EB3 dates not moving forward.
    - Specific Goals : Everyone has one
    - Action Items : EB3 should get all spillover and EB2 should not get it
    - Immediate Goals: EB3 should get all spillover and EB2 should not get it

    I see nobody serious but everyone wants some one else to help.

    Here is my big idea. We should ask Bill Gates and Sonia Gandhi to help us. Instead of working on spillover for 500 visas, how about get these people to help us. They can help change INA with their contacts.





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  • go_gc_way
    12-30 11:25 PM
    justAnotherFile , thank you for taking time to post it. Good title for the classified. "Help yourself to solve your Green Card problems..."

    Anurakt, thank you for visiting this thread and posting in wikipedia !

    Dear IV members, we need to do more. Thanks so far for visiting this thread and doing your best. I feel that posting classifieds/emails/discussion threads in other web sites (regional or other websites) have good chance of bringing in more members to our web site.

    For example , the classified in indiagrid is accessed 35 times so far ! Wikipedia and other web site postings will have similar access.

    Looking forward to contribution from other members to this thread.

    I have listed different web sites posted by city so far, they are less, can members from cities not posted yet help find the web sites and better post in thsoe sites? The title justanotherfile posted is most appropriate .. "Help yourself to solve your Green Card problems".

    1)New York .
    2)Los Angeles
    3)Chicago .....................www.chicagosamachar.com
    4)Houston
    5)Philadelphia
    6)Phoenix
    7)San Antonio
    8)San Diego ................. www.sasural.com/san_diego
    9)Dallas
    10)San Jose
    11)Detroit
    12)Indianapolis
    13)Jacksonville
    14)San Fransisco
    15)Columbus
    16)Austin
    17)Memphis
    18)Baltimore
    19)Fort Worth
    20)Charlotte
    21)El Paso
    22)Milwaukee
    23)Seattle
    24)Boston ...................... www.aapkamanoranjan.com
    25)Denver
    26)Luisville
    27)Washington
    28)Nashville
    29)Las Vegas
    30)Portland .....................www.eknazar.com
    31)Oklahoma City
    32)Tuscon
    33) Atlanta ...................www.desigate.com,
    34) Kanasas City ..............www.kcdesi.com





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  • ashishgour
    09-10 02:39 PM
    can some one pls post the link for live telecast

    thanks

    http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/calendar.html





    pappu
    07-01 10:22 PM
    Info on the lawsuit by AILA:
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    USCIS VISA BULLETIN/
    VISA AVAILABILTY LAWSUIT
    Frequently Asked Questions about Participating in this Lawsuit
    AILF is considering filing a lawsuit in federal district court against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) over its rejection of otherwise properly filed adjustment of status applications for the alleged reason that a visa was not available, even though the Visa Bulletin from the Department of State (DOS) states that a visa was available at the time of filing.
    Any foreign national who is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status and whose adjustment of status application has been or will be returned or rejected solely on this basis may be eligible to be a plaintiff in this lawsuit. If you are considering being a participant in this lawsuit, you may find the following frequently asked questions and answers helpful.
    Q: What is AILF?
    A: The American Immigration Law Foundation (AILF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of immigrants and refugees and to securing fair and just application and administration of the U.S. immigration laws. In order to achieve these goals, AILF sometimes files lawsuits involving various aspects of immigration law.
    Q: What is this lawsuit about?
    A: This lawsuit will be filed by plaintiffs who have been harmed because USCIS rejected or returned or is expected to reject or return a properly submitted adjustment of status application for the alleged reason that no visa was immediately available even though the DOS Visa Bulletin states that a visa was available at that time.
    To be eligible for adjustment to lawful permanent resident status, a foreign national must show that a visa number is “immediately available.” USCIS regulations state that the DOS Visa Bulletin is used to determine whether a visa number is immediately available. This Bulletin is published once a month and lists the visa availability dates for all categories of immigrants for the following month. Thus, for example, the July 2007 bulletin, listing visa availability dates for the entire month of July, was published in June 2007.
    AILF has learned that USCIS has refused to allow certain adjustment of status applications to be filed even though the DOS Visa Bulletin states that visa numbers are available for the immigrant category at that time. USCIS rejected these applications because DOS informed it in an internal communication that no visa numbers remained for that category of immigrants. To date, this has happened only in the employment-based “other worker” category. We anticipate that it may happen in a number of other types of employment-based immigrant categories beginning in July 2007.
    We believe USCIS violated the law when it failed to apply the visa availability dates listed in the Visa Bulletin, as required by a federal regulation, and instead rejected properly filed adjustment applications. Through this lawsuit, we will challenge the rejection of adjustment of status applications on this basis. We will ask the court to order USCIS to accept the rejected adjustment applications and treat them as being filed as of the date they originally would have been filed had USCIS not rejected them.
    Q: What is a “plaintiff” and how do I know if I am eligible to be a “plaintiff” in this lawsuit?
    A: A plaintiff is a person who files a lawsuit against someone else. We are still determining the categories of plaintiffs but an eligible plaintiff for this lawsuit may include:
    [other worker category]
    A foreign national who:
    Submitted an adjustment of status application in the “other worker” category for receipt by USCIS in June 2007; and
    Is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status; and
    Did not receive a receipt notice, cancelled check, or notice of approval of the adjustment application.
    [other employment-based categories]
    A foreign national who:
    Submitted an adjustment of status application in any employment-based category other than “other worker” for receipt by USCIS in July 2007; and
    Is otherwise eligible for adjustment of status; and
    Did not receive a receipt notice, cancelled check, or notice of approval of the adjustment application.
    Q: Why should I be a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
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    A: If the lawsuit is successful, USCIS should accept your adjustment application and treat it as if it had been filed as of the date that you originally tried to file it. Because your adjustment application will then be considered to be pending before the agency, you may be eligible for interim benefits, including an employment authorization document, advance parole, and others.
    What the lawsuit will not do is make a visa number immediately available to you if none is available. If the visa numbers have in fact been used for the current fiscal year, the court does not have the authority under the law to make a new number available to you. However, if the court orders that USCIS accept your adjustment application as of the date that you originally tried to file it, you will be at an earlier place in line when visa numbers become available again in the next fiscal year, October 1, 2007. Additionally, as mentioned, you may be eligible for interim benefits while you are waiting.
    Q: What is likely to happen because of the suit?
    A: Lawsuits are uncertain by nature. We cannot predict the exact outcome. However, other efforts to resolve these problems with USCIS have not succeeded. For this reason, we believe that a lawsuit is the only remaining possible way to resolve these problems.
    Q: Will being a plaintiff in this lawsuit hurt my chances for permanent residence?
    A: If an individual is otherwise legally entitled to have an application granted, the government cannot lawfully deny that application on the basis that the person is participating or participated in a lawsuit. If we believed the government was taking such action, we would complain to the lawyers representing the government and to the judge handling the case. In our experience, this retaliation has not happened.
    Please be aware, though, that USCIS is likely to examine plaintiffs’ adjustment of status applications more closely than it otherwise might. It may ask the plaintiffs questions and ask for additional information about their adjustment applications or immigration status. See below regarding “discovery.”
    Q: How much time must plaintiffs spend on this lawsuit?
    A: Plaintiffs will have to provide us with the information and documentation we need in order to prepare the lawsuit. AILF will do most of the work in the lawsuit on paper. Depending on how the case proceeds, the government and its attorneys may want to ask the plaintiffs some questions about their case, either through written questions and answers or in person. This is called “discovery.” One type of discovery is a “deposition,” which is an interview where parties are asked questions about their cases.
    Depositions are possible but not common in this type of case. In the event that discovery and/or depositions were required, an AILF attorney or an attorney working with us would assist plaintiffs to comply with any discovery requests, and would appear with plaintiffs at any deposition at no charge (see below). At a later stage, a plaintiff may be required to be present at
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    Q: Will it cost me anything to be a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
    A: AILF and any co-counsel will not charge any attorney’s fees for representing individuals in this lawsuit. AILF and any co-counsel also will pay the costs and expenses associated with the lawsuit, such as filing fees, copying, long distance calls, travel expenses for AILF attorneys and staff, depositions, transcripts, etc. In the unlikely event that an individual should be required to be present at a deposition, hearing or a trial, we may ask that he/she pay their own travel and lodging expenses, if any. Those expenses would be reimbursed if the lawsuit is successful and we recover costs.
    Q: Will anyone know that I am a plaintiff in this lawsuit?
    A: Lawsuits are public information, and are available as a public court document. Many courts now have lawsuits and other documents available electronically, accessible via the internet. Also, USCIS will, of course, know the identity of the plaintiffs. We also will discuss plaintiffs’ cases with any other lawyers working with us on the lawsuit. It also is possible that the media – newspapers, radio, or TV reporters – will see the court documents and decide to do a story on the lawsuit.
    Q: What should I do if I am eligible and interested in being a plaintiff in the lawsuit?
    A: Please quickly submit the Questionnaire for Potential Plaintiffs and send us the documents requested. If you do not have the Questionnaire, please send an email to visabulletin@ailf.org, and we will send it to you. You may also fax a request to AILF LAC at (202) 742-5619. Please indicate this is a question about the visa bulletin litigation.
    If you have any questions that are not answered by this FAQ or the questionnaire, please send them to visabulletin@ailf.org or fax to (202) 742-65619, and we will respond. Thank you!
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